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19/09/2017 Major James C Browne, D.S.O., Army Service Corps (grandson of the late Mr William Browne, Killymaddy House, Dungannon), has been appointed a deputy director of transport.
19/09/2017 From the Tyrone Courier dated 9th March 1916: Major James C Browne (brother of Thomas John Browne)
17/09/2017 Colonel Edward George Browne, of the headquarters staff, is the youngest son of the late Mr William Browne, Killymaddy House, and a brother of Colonel William Browne, J.P., Northland Row, Dungannon; A W Browne, Londonderry, P.M.O. of the North Irish Coast Defences; Major James Browne, Belfast; Dr T B Browne, Benburb; and Dr T J Browne, Dublin, chief medical inspector L.G.B. He has had considerable service in India, and went out to France with the First Expeditionary Force, being attached to the Third Cavalry Brigade and afterwards to the First Brigade. He was appointed assistant deputy director-general of medical services in France, and is now deputy director-general. He had been mentioned in despatches in May. He had been in hospital in Marseille, but has since resumed duty again.
17/09/2017 From the Tyrone Courier dated 6th January 1916: Col. E G Browne (brother of Thomas John Browne)
30/01/2017 From the Belfast Newsletter dated 28th May 1917: Col. E G Browne (brother of Thomas John Browne)
30/01/2017 Colonel E G Browne, C.B., Army Medical Service, son of the late Mr William Browne, Killymaddy House, Dungannon. He served with distinction in France since the opening of hostilities.
30/12/2015 Thomas John Walker Browne M.B was born on 4th August 1851 from Killymaddy House, Castlecaulfield, County Tyrone. He was the son of William and Ann Elizabeth Browne (nee Walker); they had eight children, many of whom either became doctors or were associated with the military.
30/12/2015 He was cremated at Bournemouth Crematorium on 28 May.
30/12/2015 Thomas was injured at 20 Bethia Road on 23 May 1943; he died the same day at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Boscombe.
30/12/2015 He was then living at 49 St Ronan's Road Southsea.
30/12/2015 His second wife was Jane Donaldson Lindsay; they had one son. She died in February 1940.
30/12/2015 His first wife was Sarah Sinclair who was his first cousin. They had five children.
30/12/2015 He became a doctor and medical inspector for the Local Government Board for Ireland.
30/12/2015 His daughter, Eleanor Ida Sinclair Collen (née Browne) died in the same incident (see below).
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